Wisconsin Pet Friendly Cabins, Lodges & B&Bs

Our state is known as one of the friendliest places on the planet, so it should come as no surprise that there are Wisconsin pet-friendly cabins to accommodate the entire family, Fido included.

Ask your innkeeper for recommendations on pet-friendly parks in the community, pet-friendly beer gardens and al fresco dining spots, pet boutiques with toys and treats, even festivals with pet participation.

As the Wisconsin Department of Tourism likes to say, pets are welcome in Wisconsin and they can bring their owners too if they like!

Cobblestone Bed and Breakfast

Birchwood, Wisconsin

We feed and water the birds here no shortage of birds here at Cobblestone. Blue Hills Supper Club is famous for Hummingbirds. They claim to get the first each year. In the opposite direction is Hunt Hill Consevatory coming in a close second.

We feed and water the birds here no shortage of birds here at Cobblestone. Blue Hills Supper Club is famous for Hummingbirds. They claim to get the first each year. In the opposite direction is Hunt Hill Consevatory coming in a close second.

Justin Trails Resort, LLC

Sparta, Wisconsin

With 200 acre estate, miles of mowed hiking trails, Justin Trails Resort is the perfect place to vacation with your humans.  Frollicking, following great smells is our best place to play.  There are dog towels for our humans to wipe our feet before going in the lodging.  We are even welcome to bring our humans to breakfast 7:30 to 10 in The Lodge.  If you're lucky you can have a playdate with Heidi the resident Siberian husky.  The llamas are fun to sniff at, too.

 

With 200 acre estate, miles of mowed hiking trails, Justin Trails Resort is the perfect place to vacation with your humans.  Frollicking, following great smells is our best place to play.  There are dog towels for our humans to wipe our feet before going in the lodging.  We are even welcome to bring our humans to breakfast 7:30 to 10 in The Lodge.  If you're lucky you can have a playdate with Heidi the resident Siberian husky.  The llamas are fun to sniff at, too.

 

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